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This book was just as good the second time as the first. In the end someone got away with murder and everyone was guilty of something.Published 18 hours ago by LovingRomance
Some of this author's work is tiresome, but when he is in the mood it's excellent reading, literate and engaging.Published 6 days ago by Paquitin9
written more like literature - it makes your mind and imagination work hard, The characters are very well portrayed and the author's great attention makes for a very satisfying... Read morePublished 2 months ago by suzanne hay
This sounds cliché, but the book is lots better than the movie. Some authors are good at portraying one character as being conflicted, maybe two. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rick Rice
This book is timeless. The narrative starts with an unsettling volley of actions and emotions, but this confusion sets the stage so perfectly for what is to follow. Read morePublished 3 months ago by W. Frazier
This is a solid legal thriller/mystery. Technological advancements make some parts of it feel dated, but all and all a good read.Published 4 months ago by PD
A re-read... At least now 3 times. A good good story, sex, lies,thrills and murder. Onto the next Scott Turow's book into the series. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathleen M Jordan